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I would highly recommend this trip for anyone visiting Dublin, great atmosphere in all the pubs, traditional Irish music and dancing everyone so friendly, our tour guide shane was brilliant, keeping us entertained...
Shane, our host, who grew up in the area, was so attentive and great fun! Traveling to each of the 3 pubs, the time flew by in the minivan as he shared great stories and taught us traditional Irish songs.
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Thanks James! - We joined the pub tour in the evening too which was brilliant fun!! haha A great way to meet new people and to experience more of the local pub culture away from all the touristy areas (P.S. James...
We took the south tour which included stories about the big needle, the ha'penny bridge, the temple district, Dublin castle, Trinity College area, Viking sites and St. Patrick's Cathedral which is where the tour e...
The tour guides Rachel (London - Free Walking Tour), Portia (Liverpool - Free Walking Tour & Beatles to Blitz), Jay (Edinburgh, Free Walking tour) and Patrick (Dublin, Free Walking tour) were all AMAZING and deser...
This was a superb tour around Dublin Castle, Christchurch, Temple Bar and more, John was an amazing tour guide a great historian with great stories both of the old and new, I fully recommend this tour and if you c...
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... of with some easy going cycling and then a great sightseeing tour of the great city of Galway the kids had an excellent time and they were well entertained on the bike bobbing along to the sounds of the music.
What a fantastic thing to do when visiting Galway, we were a group of 11 Aussies travelling around Europe & UK, we did the 2.5hr pub crawl & it was certainly a highlight of our trip, so many laughs & heaps of fun.
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Our guide Padraic was very helpful, pointing out places of interest as we journeyed through the amazing countryside, including many locations where John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara filmed The Quiet Man.
... at Connemara Pub Tours organised an incredible afternoon travelling around the historic pubs of the Connemara valley where we drank some wonderful Guinness, sang songs and met the friendliest people in Ireland!
The tour is excellent value for money, you're provided with a great selection of whiskeys to try, and our tour guide, Justine, was fantastic - obviously very knowledgable and passionate.
We opted for the Deluxe Tour, which was well worth the premium- both for the exceptional pour selections and the well-paired local Irish cheeses and artisanal chocolates.
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This was really fun. 2 Dublin actors performed scenes from Samuel Beckett, Brendan Behane, and James Joyce as well as poetry and stories from a few contemporary writers, interspersing stories about various Dublin...
Great historical facts about many famous writers and characters from Dublin and we found it highly entertaining and enjoyable!
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Antony and Paddy, both very talented musicians and incredibly witty storytellers, took us around a few pubs and introduced us to Irish folk, its history and popular instruments.
Two musicians led us to three Irish pubs in Temple Bar and beyond to hear them play traditional irish music tied with fun stories and a little dancing it was a fun couple hours in Dublin.
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Enjoyed a fine couple of hours with Emma, a delightful and knowledgeable guide, who shared the highlights of this fascinating town's rich history of the English elite trading "tribes" of Galway.
Had a lovely walking tour with Emma, very educational even for a fellow Irish man, great fun and best way to get a feel for the city at the beginning of a holiday in Galway.
An intimate adventure featuring tastings of the finest Irish whiskies in some of Dublin's most traditional, yet unique and beautiful pubs mixed with the city's fascinating history and rich culture.
... this year Gareth seems to have added more folklore and knowledge (and humour) to his already vast repetoire of myths and mysteries of Dublin pubs, their architecture , their history and their hidden snugs.